Spanish Cinema 1973-2010: Auteurism, Politics, Landscape and Memory Hardcover – Illustrated, 1 Mar 2013
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This exciting collection of essays from leading film scholars pays attention to the specificities of the Spanish cultural, social, political and aesthetic panorama (its 'landscapes'), while also acknowledging the importance of shifting transnational contexts for studies of Spanish cinema. Theories of the auteur (developed and extended here) act as a guiding framework for the study of key films, many of which are being afforded scholarly treatments for the first time. This volume offers important observations on current trends, theories and revisionist approaches to Spanish cinema. Sarah Wright, Royal Holloway, University of London --.
About the Author
Maria M. Delgado is Professor of Theatre and Screen Arts at Queen Mary, University of London Robin Fiddian is Professor of Spanish, Fellow of Wadham College, University of Oxford
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